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Youtube playlist of video installations which brings together five interpretations of Ophelia’s madness in Hamlet – what would they ask the actress to do and how would they ask the actress to behave? The interpretations are from Stanislavski, Grotowski, Brook, Brecht and Artaud.
Interview (5 min. subtitled/transcripted) with Polish director Jerzy Grotowski who defines his theory of "poor theatre": the Theatre that values the body of the actor and its relation with the spectator and does away with costumes, decor and music. The interview is punctuated with extracts from a rehearsal of the show Evangile.